Many garden office designers offer the option of building an internal partition wall to divide your office space into more than one room. It is actually a relatively simple task and shouldn’t be too expensive. You might want to create more than one private office within the building, or need a storage area that you can access from within the main office.
A common use for internal walls that we see is to create a waiting area and treatment room, or changing area alongside a yoga studio. There are so many reasons why you might want to divide your space.
Internal walls in practice
Sanctum Garden Studios were recently asked by a customer to install partition walls to create a WC in their new office. Sanctum Garden Studios don’t install toilets in their buildings but were happy to create the room in readiness for their client’s local plumber to come along and install the toilet and sink and connect it to the mains systems.
This building is a substantial 5.4 meters wide by 3 meters deep. The WC has been discreetly situated in one corner, without impacting on the space in the main room. From the outside of the building, you are unaware that the space is divided into two rooms.
The office has a 3.6m wide set of French doors on the front elevation. There is also a 1 meter x 450mm lozenge style window. The customer chose to install an air source heat pump, which is an optional extra offered by Sanctum Garden Studios. Air source heat pumps are a popular option as they offer year round temperature control.
This project shows how easy it is to divide your building up with internal walls. To learn more about how Sanctum Garden Studios can help you create partition walls, give them a call on 01204 460 450 or visit their website for more examples of their work.